Is 2gb Devkit carrier board is compatible with 4gb Production Module?

Hey, we were looking for a carrier board for the production Module for Jetson Nano (4Gb one) and have the following doubts:-

  1. Can we use the devkit board (2Gb one) for running the production module?
  2. If not, what are some boards that are recommended by Nvidia to be used?

Yes, it should work. But the Nano 2GB carrier board if for developing purpose, can’t be used as end product.

You can find partner carrier boards from Jetson Partner Hardware Products | NVIDIA Developer

Can you please explain how it can’t work as an end product? What is the reason for it?

Jetson developer kits are not for production use. The developer kit is used to develop and test software in a pre-production environment.

Jetson modules are designed for deployment in a production environment throughout their operating lifetime.
See Jetson FAQ | NVIDIA Developer

We successfully ran a Jetson 4 GB (production module) on a Jetson 2GB dev kit (carrier board).

Reviving this thread, on understanding, why this is not officially recommended by Nvidia? Since a carrier board has no active components as such?

Cool, yeah I too feel that there should not be any issue if one can manage within the 16GB Storage on the Nano Production Module .

Any specific reason why the Admins or the community think its a bad idea? The heat making components are on the Production module(i.e. SOC) then why is it not advisable to use the jetson devkit as a carrier board for production module if it has sufficient IO’s for one’s usecase?